Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows may have committed voter fraud when he registered a mobile home in Scaly Mountain, North Carolina, as his residential address, according to a report from the New Yorker, Meadows has never owned the property and there’s no evidence to suggest he ever spent time there.
On September 19th, about three weeks before North Carolina’s voter-registration deadline for the general election, Meadows filed his paperwork.
On a line that asked for his residential address—“where you physically live,” the form instructs—Meadows wrote down the address of a fourteen-by-sixty-two-foot mobile home in Scaly Mountain.
He listed his move-in date for this address as the following day, September 20th. Meadows does not own this property and never has. It is not clear that he has ever spent a single night there.
Meadows was one of the most prominent disseminators of voter fraud conspiracies regarding the 2020 election, making false accusations of voter fraud involving mail-in ballots. As the Charlotte Observer points out Meadows assisted in numerous efforts to overturn the election and “stonewalled the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, only agreeing to cooperate after the House recommended criminal contempt charges, which could still be brought against him.”
Read the full report over at the New Yorker.